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Shooting Glasses #5933356 09/17/15 07:25 PM
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What do you guys use for shooting glasses when bird hunting? I typically just use my sunglasses with amber lenses once there's enough light, but I'd like to take better care of my eyes at the start of legal shooting time when dove and duck hunting.

What brands do you like? What lens colors do you prefer for early morning bird hunting?

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Lucky 7 Exotic Ranch located in Eden, Tx. Well managed self sustaining herds roaming our 3,000 acre ranch. First Class Lodging, Ranch style meals and qualified guides. 40+ species.
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Venture Gear Overwatch. They have different shades of lenses, and they're just big enough to see your bead clearly.

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